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The Bankruptcy Division 

In 1872 the Maritime and Commercial Court’s Probate department was established to deal with the merchants’, the manufacturers’ and the ship owners’ insolvent estates.

Since then, the Court’s tasks have expanded significantly, as it now deals with all of Greater Copenhagen’s cases that involve:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Debt restructuring
  • Compulsory dissolution of shares and private limited liability companies
  • Reconstruction

The probate department has about 25 attorneys that specialise in insolvency that are appointed as permanent administrators.

These attorneys can also be appointed as trustees of insolvent estates, where the estate’s creditors have not chosen another attorney as a trustee. Additionally, some of the attorneys also work as associates in debt restructuring cases.

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